We are pretty excited about some recent technology we have started using that allows family and friends to track your progress on your adventure. Prior to your adventure, we’ll send you out an e mail inviting you to accept an “APP” for Facebook, which will post on your Facebook page as we pass a few points of interest along the way.
This allows your friends and family to keep up to date (and get jealous) of the rapids you are rafting, the campsites you are staying in and any hikes that you are doing. Our trip leader takes a “tracker” on the trip and people are able to follow your progress on the way down the river.
We hope you like this new feature and look forward to sending your friends updates on your forthcoming trip with us to The Zambezi, Nepal, India, The Grand Canyon or many of our other destinations. Our website has the ability for you to check out the route of your trip on the LOCATION tab of each trip page.
by Hamish McMaster
Hamish McMaster is the Water By Nature owner. He has spent the past 25 years exploring and playing on the world's great rivers. He still loves nothing more than getting out there and sharing adventures.
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